What school has won the most NCAA football championships?

What school has won the most NCAA football championships?

Princeton tops that list with 28 national titles. Yale comes in a close second with 27. The Crimson Tide are ranked third along with Michigan, Notre Dame and USC with 11 respectively. However, the total number of national championships teams have won varies according to the Associated Press and the NCAA. The NCAA recognizes Yale as the university with the most titles (18), while Alabama (16) and Princeton (15) complete the top three. The confusion and debate among these early titles centers around the polling and ranking systems for those respective years.

What countries are in east Asia?

The UN subregion of Eastern Asia and other common definitions of East Asia contain the entirety of the People’s Republic of China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Mongolia and Taiwan. Culturally, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam are commonly seen as being encompassed by cultural East Asia.

What element burns in contact with water?

This page describes the reactions of the Period 3 elements from sodium to argon with water, oxygen and chlorine. Sodium has a very exothermic reaction with cold water producing hydrogen and a colourless solution of sodium hydroxide. Magnesium has a very slight reaction with cold water, but burns in steam.

Why is a dog’s nose wet?

Wet Nose, Cool Body. Moist noses are also one of the ways that canines can regulate body temperature and cool down. “Dogs don’t have normal sweat glands, like people,” says Dr. King, “so they secrete sweat from the pads of their feet and their noses.”

Why do they call french fries french fries?

As for the name “French fries”, it is alleged to come from either the Irish “to french”, meaning “to cut”, or from the American allies who, when they landed in the Belgian Ardennes, tasted our incomparable fried potatoes and called them “French fries.”

How old is Romeo in the play Romeo and Juliet?

It is much more likely that, given his immature responses to problematic events in the play, that he is probably about sixteen or seventeen years old. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the exact age of Romeo is never explicitly stated. Juliet’s age is 13, and she is almost about to turn 14.

What were Johnny Appleseed’s apples really for?

Yes, there was a real John Chapman who planted thousands of apple trees on U.S. soil. But the apples on those trees were much more bitter than the ones you’d find in the supermarket today. “Johnny Appleseed” didn’t expect his fruits to be eaten whole, but rather made into hard apple cider.

How did Lynyrd Skynyrd get its name?

Leonard Skinner, the school basketball coach who inspired the name of Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd after telling its members their hair was too long, has died aged 77. Mr Skinner died in his sleep at the St. Catherine Laboure Manor in Jacksonville, Florida, where he had been living for about a year.